MPCC seeks all-party meet over issue of missing voters` names
Mumbai: Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) on Friday demanded an all-party meet to discuss complaints about voters` names missing from the electoral roll in the state.
In a statement, MPCC president Manikrao Thakre said the controversy should be resolved and it should be ensured that such a thing does not happen in the Assembly elections later this year.
"When awareness about voting is on the rise, incidence of deletion of names or errors is not good," he said.
According to Thakre, he has raised the issue with the Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan through a letter today.
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